The Centre is more likely to appoint an additional chief secretary-level officer as particular officer to exercise the capabilities of the municipal companies because the term of the three companies ends next week.
The term of South Delhi and North Delhi municipal companies will cease on Could presumably well perhaps also 18 and East Delhi corporation on Could presumably well perhaps also 22. With this, the Home will cease to exist and all powers of the corporations will vest with lieutenant-governor Anil Baijal. The municipal councillors is never any longer going to hold any powers as their term will cease with the term of the Home. With the enactment of Delhi Municipal Corporation (Modification) Act 2022, the three companies will be subsumed and switch precise into a element of Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD).
In maintaining with sources, the home ministry is more likely to appoint a a form of officer who will discharge the capabilities of the municipal commissioner as had been carried out earlier than trifurcation of MCD in 2012. The three commissioners of the three companies, which is willing to no longer exist, tend to proceed. Sources mentioned that there’s a possibility of the home ministry deputing senior most commissioner because the actual officer. At the moment, Gyanesh Bharti, a 1998-bathtub IAS officer posted as South Delhi Municipal Corporation commissioner, is the senior most.
After the term of the three corporation ends, the home ministry will additionally provoke the delimitation exercise. The Inform Election Commission can hold the big task of initiating the exercise and redrawing the ward boundaries so as that the amount does no longer exceed 250. In maintaining with sources, this could presumably get practically two years. Politically, the BJP-scamper authorities on the Centre would make a choice to preserve the municipal elections in Delhi alongwith parliamentary polls in 2024. On the total, electors are no longer identified to vote for 2 a form of occasions in case of elections. Delhi municipal elections had been due in April. The SEC needed to whine the agenda on March 9. Alternatively, the commission postponed the announcement because the Centre apprised it of its intentions to merge the three MCDs.